More information in the Rendlesham case
Jim Penniston has provided some answers to clear up the confusion about how many pages of code his notebook actually contains. This quote is from the Bentwaters 1980 forum:
Six pages werer given to Promethous for them to get an expert to see what they say…. I have around six to eight more… the reason i can not tell exactly is the notebook is secured at a safe location. and I have not access to it… but, soon will and will give an exact page count. Promethous also did not have all the translation nor did they show the right location on the grid… which looks to be the town hall in Woodbridge…
I think the message on Lindas Page which is far to important to overlook… look what it says, or even look at what it does not… this is an important piece of evidence, which says something so sensational that many miss the forest for the tree in front of them.
So that’s that.
Another thing that caught my attention is what user gmax111 over at the ATS forums stumbled upon while playing with the alleged coordinates in the message.
The first page of code contains the numbers 666 and 8100, followed by the coordinates on the second page.
Now, I confess this is like straight out of a sci-fi movie, but check this out — if you start at Woodbridge Town Hall (52.0942532 N, 1.3131269 W) and go 66.6 degrees for 8,100 meters, you end up exactly at RAF Bentwaters runway.
Intriguing, isn’t it?